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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

Stan Subacriptinn $1.00 prr vnr, in advnnte. t). A. trrKPIIKItinoN, Kdltor and Pub. WKDNKSDAY. OCTOBEU 21, IBM. An InaVnenilent local paper, piiltllshrri every Weilm'mlny Ht UcytmlflMvUlc, .li'ITerfim t'o. I's... ilovoleil to Hit latere! of Key nolilm-llle a no .!ITernnrount.y. Nii-miIIIIi-iu. will treat Ml with fnlrneA, nml will lu especially friend ly toward the hilNirlnif rhim. Hulmrrlptlnn prleef l.noper yenr.ln nrtvnnre. Unrnmunlcatlnnn Intonfli'd fir niililleatlon munt lo neemiinnMled ly the writer's name, not for mihllrntloti, tint nn a tiuiirnntee nf Hood faltll. IntereitlhK new Iteirm nnlli'lted. AdvertHlne rBlm macte knnwn on appllcn tlon at the olHre In Artioliln' Itlerk. l.enirlity eommiinli'iittonfl mid change of Advertle'mentn shouWI reach this Dttlce by Monditv tl'Min. .Vlilre. nil enmmunlfatlnns to C. A. flteph ftnnnn. ItevnoMMVlllfl. Pft. Entered at the potiftli') lit. Reynoldsvllle,, t a., nn neeiiiui einnn mnu niniit'r. An Interesting Letter Written by James B. Ar...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

9 m -k star- SuburripUon $1.00 prr year, in advance. V. A. UTRPIIKNflON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1810. Fop the Toilet Soaps as sweet as a breath from the spice fields of Arabia. Perfumes the daintiest, the newest, the most stylish odors of the sea son. Brushes, combs, bath accessories. Atomizers, pretty ones and useful ones. Come and feast your eyes and take in the de lightful features of our hew spread of toilet articles. stoivhts Pharmacy. A Little ot EverutDlng. The Star for $1.00. School shoo at Docmor's. Eastman kodaks at Stoko's. ' "Killarney and The Rhine." The "spinsters" next month. . Friday Is Autumn Arbor Day. Money saved on shoes at Robinson's, i Wagon castor oil 15o. pint at Stoko's. Election day In less than two weeks. $3.00 buys fine all-wool suit at Bell's. Money saved at Robinson's shoe store. The first snow of the season fell Sun day. Agency for the Eastman kodaks at Stoke's. Turkeys are fattening for Thanks giving day. 16 to 1 pair of shoes to selec...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

L SUMMER mm 10' sa THE WEST INDIA CYCLONE. Bnlldtngs snd ravtlloni Demolished by Tore of the Waves. Thn West India cyclone, which has swept the Atlnntlo coast from the Caribbean Sea to the Chesapeake liny, reached Now York on the 12th. Coney Island's bench wna swept by the waves of the highest tliln In the history of the famoua resort A large number of temporary ptructurea along the front were destroyed, The boulevard wait flooded aa fnraa Ni'iiin avenue. The shelter house at the Internet1 tlon of the concourse tiud boulevanl were washed awny. Wavea running mountain high bnttered the plazn in front of the Brighton Hearh hotel and tore awny pnrt of the concert pavilion. The Ocean hotel, wat of the Brighton, wna surrounded by water and Its foundation partly wrecked, driving its occupant out. Numerous bathlni Jiavllnna and amusement houses In West Irlghton were damaged or destroyed, among the Intter being the Seaside athletic club house. The old Iron pier, that wa believed to be lnvinc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

new Wonders. MAUVKliS IKIONKD FOR THE PARIS EXPOSITION OF 1000. Hon Surveying Tower A Oreat Olobe An Knormotis Hole In the Uround Largest Tele icope In the World. NOVELTY is the note of the times and Paris strikes the nnta. It would be hard in- deed to provide posterity with a better illustration worn wuiuu t tha tat of the world's pub- Ho during the deolining days of our century than the scientific and engine annnntTinitifl that will murk We of to-dav nro lovers of wonders. We will find enough in Tans four years nnnce to m Ua onil n f finr dftVfl. Wonder number one win proviuo world like a fish at the end of a sway ing tod. Then it will rovolve slowly from its base, swinging yon in a wide oirrle over a large section of the ex position grounds, and finally land you vun ntnuuunrj iuwit, utiwu wuiuu juu drib by an elevator to the ground. ' IV t n i i j-oo onnme oi mis lower was cuoscn as tie most startling of five hundred renirkabte suggestions. One of the rejijted schemes, by tha way...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

They Talk it Over. The following clipping Is published by request of a Ifoynnldsvlllo Hoptiblk-an: "So you bnlicve in free silver," said one wm kinKiimn to nnothur. "Yon, John, I think it would make bptt!P tlmrs. Hero wo arc, out of work half tho time, getting low wages when wo are lucky enough to find a job, and hardly knowing one week how next week's rent is to be paid. I'm sick of economizing and pinching and seeing my wife and children dress shabbily. Bryan says It's all owing to tho group ing greed of the gold gamblers and to our slavish submission to European dic tation. If we want to be prosperous we must decluro our independence and vote for free silver." "How are yon going to make silver free?" asked John, thoughtfully. "Hy ileellng Hryan, of course." "And then will silver dollars bo five, so that wo can help nurst.lves to themV "Well, not exactly that." "We'll still havo to work and earn them, won't we?" Certainly." "Well, then, what I want is steady work. I have always be...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2H, 1890. NUMBER 25. Editor Stah: I wish to tnko nrtvnntnifo of yqnr courteous ofTiT, oponlnjj your column to the dlsouiwlon of political creeds, and add our mlto to tho chorus of jimH'ifl voices. Wo bollove tho greatest economical, and only moral, question before tho American people to-day, Is the aboli tion of tho liquor trarflo. By as much as humanity Is greater than commerce and man greater than money, is the platform adopted by the Prohibition party at Pittsburg, givater thon any othor or all other platforms adopted for this campaign. But lot It be understood that in making a plea for humanity, for American homes, for the recognition of moral questions in government, we do not Ignore nor underestimate the indus trial or financial needs of the hour. On the contrary we hold that the annual wastage of more than a billion dollars, required to pay our drink bill, turned Into legitimate channels of trade would immeasurable stimulat...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

A MONTH. "You can't do it, Slab; yon can't hire a furnished housj only for mouth. It would be a cbnnce in a hundred." "I can try, and I nm going to, Ethel. To stny stifling in this lone omo boarding house all tho vacation is unbearable, and country board wouldu't bo butter cooped tip in nttio chambers, with the (cent of fried doughnuts in all the closets. People who hnve pleasant country-placed, do leave them sometimes, in the summer, for the lakes ami tbe mountains; and the uso of snob a house would be a godsend to us." "Yes, doar. Well, what do you propose to do?" "Go down and see the house agents. " ''I'll go with you." These two young ladias were charm ing sisters of about twenty school teachers in the oity. They had no home but the large boarding house whore they had dwelt for the last year nd this was cheerless enough, when deserted by the nicest people who had hied away to green fields and pastures new at the first breath of sultry air. Ethel was a pretty blonde Mab, a bright...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

Cur bioc Catarrh cannot b cured by local applica tion. It la a eonstitutlunnl ills,, and re quire a constitutional mmsrtjf like Hood' Banaparilla, which, working through tha blood, eraillcatn tha Impurity which estis-s and promote thn d Irons, and aoon pffsets a pnrmantnt cure. At the asms time flood' Barmparilla bnIM up tha whole sratetn and make yuo feel renewed In strenKth. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the beat- In fact the One True Blood Purifier. HllArl') Dill c"ro ,'Iy"' '""i " to HBUU 1 rUI take, assy to mwrate. Itto. Catsrrli Cannot be Cured With lncal sppllrallnn., as tlier csnnnt resch the sent of the dim". (!utnrrh I n blmHl or constitutional iliws., nut In rilr to rnru It you mut take Interim! remeillp'. lull's Catarrh Cure la lnkn lntrnHll)'. mid avtn dl rectlyontliebiood sntl ttinrmiflfurrHi-e. Hulls Catarrh 1,'ure Is nut n qum-k ineilit-lnr. It was prescribed hyoneof tbebrtt liyslrlanln thla country for yrar, nnd la n rmtii'ar iirsarrii't Inn. Jtlscomoneit ot the best toute...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

mt Star Hubtrriptinn $1.00 ptr vor, in udvitnrt. V. A. ftTKPIIKNftON, Killter mid Pub. WKDNF.SOAY. OUTOHKK 28. lHHll. A n I nrtVpotiitpnt local pn per. pit hi Mini n vpry Wmlinilny nt Keymtlilsvllle, ,lt'HVron Cm. I'll., ili'voteil In the IntimvMH of Ki'yiiiilihvlllu ii ml .IrflVrson county. Non-pel I ttctil. wllltrmt Nil with fiilrni', nml will lii-miiec-inlly frlcnil ly townrtU tlio InlMirlttg climfi. Hulmerlptlon pride $1 .00 pir ypsr.ln inlvstnp. Uommiinlcntloim Inti'iiiletf for piiltlli'titlon must Ihi ni'i'onuintiliMl hythn wrlter'n niiitip, not for puhllrntlon, hut in n Kunninli-o of Romlfnttli. lntetiwitliiit news Iti'titnuollrllfMl. AilvertHliitt rule nitnln known on nppllcn tlon at tho otllt'i In ArrmhU' Hlurk, Lettittitv commiinli'Htloim and rlintms of dilvnrt ltinitMitn nlionlil much I III olllro hy Moittlny nwm. Aditi-ei nil coniiniinlciitlonii toC A. Hlcph rmm, Itcynolilnvtllc, ln. Knteroil nt the pontofllcp nt Kpynoldnvllle, V&.t R himmiikI cIahji ninll nmttor. A ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

mt it Stan Subitcriptinn tt.00 per year, in flrfrnnce. t). A. NTRIPIIKNftOni, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2H, lSlhl. Fop the Toilet Soaps at? sweet aa a breath from the ppice fields of Arabia. Perfumes the daintiest, the newest, the most stylish odors of the sea son. Brushes, combs, bath accessories. Atomizers, pretty ones and useful ones. . Come and ' feast your eyes and take in the de lightful features of our new spread of toilet articles. STORE'S Pharmacy. ft Little or Everything. The Star for $1.00. School shoes at Doemer's. Eastman kodaks at Stoke. Next Tuesday is eloctton day.. Did you plant a tree Friday ? Saturday night Is Hallowe'en. Snydor & Johns, fashionable tailors. Last Friday was autumnal Arbor Day. $5.00 buys a tine all-wool suit at Bull's. Two. new passenger trains next month. Twenty couples have joined the danc ing: class. For the latest stylo in coaU go to Deetner's. All sidewalks should be repaired be fore the snow falls. $1.00 for a Bno fleeced wool s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

How willing Englishmen lira to rny for sport mar be known from this netvst Tho Duke of Boxburghe'i trns toes linve tented liis four principal salmon Ashing, in tho Tiveotl at 811, 000 for the season. The Catholic Review estimates that there are in nineteen large cities of this, country 67,940 colored Roman Catholics. Of those more than half (35,000) it reckons in Baltimore, while it Amis 9,000 in Natchitoches, La., and 8,000 in New Orleans. According to tho Paris correspond ent of the London News, there is no inch thing as club life in France ex cept as a pretext for gambling. After year or two, members sccra to get tired of paying their subscriptions, for which they seldom find sufficient return, and drop oft Buckland-on-thc-Moor, a secluded Tillage of Devonshire, England, has no public-house, parson, policemen or paupers. The squire owns nil the land. The farms are small, but pro fitable. The farm laborers live in the squire's cottage. When they fall sick the squire pays their wag...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

J FORTUNE'S I'REAKS. Romantic stories of 'men in tub colo ha oo uuld mines. Blanv Former Owner of raying Properties Are Now Poor t'pt And Down of ft Miner's Idle. THERE i pie Cr them fortun I are 12,000 men In Crip- i Crock, and fully 10,000 of i are mourning over the fortune thev have lout, writes Frank O. Carpenter in the Washington Btar. Yon will meet every tiny miners 'Who will tell yon bow near they enme to owning the Portland, the Independ ents, the Viofor, or other big mines which are now turning ont tens of thousands of dollars a month. Some Will whipper how they sold mines for ft song which are now worth million, and others willj-urno their luck as they describe the fortunes which have lipped through their lingers. I saw a man hauling logs at the town of Victor, near Cripple Creek, the other day, who sold a half-million-dollar mine to pay grooery bill of 940. He was earning S3 a day, and he was working for the meii who bought his mine. His name is Jerry Wiuehell. Four years...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 October 1896

NOT MADE TO ORDER. "CTiowhomllnvfl miMtlip itiltfi amnll," 1 mid, "I llko not yonr tull wnmrii qntt pntlto. With that must porforro bo mined ft mlno And small, hlto hands and llttlo, dnnctns font." Btit whrn wo mnt, lorp, In thnt hnnr divine Yonr honest njrs. loukod lovel Into ml nr. "fine imist ho (fpntlo woman'srhli ft-stclmrnt; Mock and anhmlsslvo to my Hghtpnt frown." Bnt now my heart la lying at yonr tmt. An, how tmM'rl(inly you smtlrd It down I Anil I, your willing slnrii from rtnjr to day, Llro but to los to honor, to obey. "Bho most ba fair." But In yonr rounded ohrek The red And brown do moct In sweetest blend. The twilight dnok I In your heitvy hair. And long black lashpa added bnnuty lend To yonr brown ryps, where darkly written He Love', answers in loyo'a ahy obnctirlty. IVnrson's Weekly. ALLIGATOR SENSE. Tliry Don't Have Mneh llcfor They Are One Ilnndred Yrare Old, "Do yon know, " Mid Colonel Bon Canon, leaning bnck in his chnir, "thnt alligators are the most affectiona...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

flje VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, li)0. NUMBER 26. Ufttlvoab VTImt frnblce. PENNSYLVANIA IIAILUOA1). IN EFFECT JUNE 14, lfMMI. Ilillariclnlila& Erlo Ittilli'iinil lllvlidon Time Table. Train Icine Hrlfl wood. KANTWAHI) :04 n m-Trnln K, diillv except Riimlay for Ktinliiiiv, llnn-Miuni nnd Intertiieilluic Ma tloim, iutIvIiik at I'lilliiilelplila II: '.'.I p.m., New VnrU, ). m.i lliililnmrc,tl:il p.m.! WiiHlilimlim, p. m I'lilliiuni Parlor car from WlllliuiiMiKiit nnd piixwutirr coiu'lies from KniH' ii I'nlltiilelplilu. gifis p. m. Train , dully except. Hominy fur llnrrlhliiira and Intermediate Millions, ar riving HI IMilhnlelplila -t :! A. M.s New York, 7:H!i A. M. Pullman Klccplnir cntu from llarrlslinrir to I'lilliiilelplila nnd New York. Philadelphia piian-nirera run ri'inuln In sleeier uiidltiirliee until 7:'m A. M. i:M p. in.- Train 4, dally for Hunlniry. Ilnrrls- limit nnd Intermediate Millions, arriving nt I'lilliididplilH. H:M A. H.I New York, :...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

Complaint is ninilo in Philadelphia thnt high school pupils hnre to cnrry around a weight of fifteen pounds iu books. The Floridnns nre experimenting iu tbe growth of the ni liber free Tlio gum in a stnplo product, nnd it w ill bo a good tiling for tho United Htntcs it the tree can bo mndo to thrivo iu this country. Tho, Los Angeles (Cnl.) Timo says there nre Inrgo rubber trees in or nonr thnt city. Ouo of the Argument Used by tho four members of the Kynl Commis ion on Vaccination who opposed the compulsory law in England wns thnt vaccination is riskier thnn railway travel. Thoro is one fiilnl termination to every 11, 151) cases of vaccination, while of railway travelers only one is killed Among every 115,500,000. Levy Mayer.just back from Eitropo, predicts in the Chicago Times-Herald that iu time (lor runny will outstrip England in commcrainl influence. He revenls the fact, probnbly known to few pcoplo this sido the water, thnt the Kniser isquito as netivo in pro muting the financi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

A $50,000 LUMP FIVE POUNDS OF flLUK CLAY ALL STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS. It Wan HmtiKftled Out of the Ktinber ley Diamond Mined Jv a Kntllr, nd Brought to This C'ountrjr.J TAKE good-sized Inmp'of bluish putty, knead it into tongh truuoated pyramid, tick small bits of white and yellow and pale bine glass into the surface at raudora and leave the pntty to harden, and when it ia hardened the result will be a very fair imitation of the in or t extraordinary specimen of diamonriiferous earth ever brought to thia oonntry. This specimen is now in the possession of Benjamin V. Levy, a diamond dealer of this city, who bought it in aud brought it from 80 nth Africa. The illustration shows the exaot size of the Inmp of earth. On the surface of this lump of earth, whioh is called blue mass, are forty five diamonds of good size, while many other smaller ones can be seen glinting through it thin encrustation. Blue mais is the regular diamond matrix, the earth of all the Kimberley mines of South Africa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

ft Stan Snhteriplion $1.00 per f(ir, in admnce. A. HTF.PIII'.NSO, F.dltnr and I'nb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEU 4. WHO. A n lnriVpMulnnt lornl imnrr, iiutilMirtl pvvry UmvMliiy til KpynnliKvllli. .IrflVrsnn Co. I'll., llrviin-d to IliB IntrnvO of Koynolclsvlllu nnu.lotTiTjtoiii'ounly. Non-mll(l'iil, wlHlrcut nil with fairness, nuil will Ihi t'liilly frli'iid ly towHftl the Inhorlnff rlnss. BulMrrlptlon irlcfil.flnM'ryetr,ln ndviinrn. (inmmunli'iitliins IiiUmicIimI for iitilillciillim must be nronianlt'd ly llio wrflnr'snnnin, not for nulilli'ntlon. lull nn n Kiiiiriintcn of good fill tn. IntiM-PMtliiff nnwn ItiMiisHolli'ltcd. Advertising rntn tiindn known on upplu'n tlon nt lh otlli'ti In Arnolds' HliM'k. I.innlity communlcntloim mid Hinnire of advcrtlwrnt'iits should runi'li t It In iittlce liy Motiilny noon. Aildiv nil iMimiminlrallons toC. A.Ptvpli enm, Kivnnldvllli, I'h. Knterod nt the noKlofllon lit Kef nnldsvllle, Pa., ssswind I'lnsH mull mutter. The Presidential campaign of 1W(1 fmlc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

Wly Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. ftTKPIIKtVftON. F.dllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 181X1. Fop Soaps as Bweet as a breath from the spice fields of Arabia. Perfumes the daintiest, the newest, the most stylish odors of the sea son. Brushes, combs, bath accessories. Atomizers, pretty ones and useful ones. Come and feast your eyes and take in the de lightful features of our new spread of toilet articles. STOKE'S 3?harmacy. ft little of Evemttilng. "Out In the Street." The Star (or $1.00. Was your man ducted ? School shoes at Doomor's. Eastman kodaks at Stoke's. "The Spinsters" Nov. 12th. Did you lose your election hot ? Robinson beats 'em all on shoes. The rabbit season opened Nov. 1st. Snyder & Johns, fushlonablo tailors. $5.00 buys a fine all-wool suit at Boll's. For the latest stylo in coats go to iDeemer's. Prices always right at Robinson's hoe store. Toney Farrell at the opera house Thursday night. $1.00 for a One fleeced wool suit of nderwear at Bol...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

WEST MS HI WASHINGTON TURKEY'S EXPLANATION. Th Saltan' Government Bay the Armen ian Bit Beta Well Treated. The Turkish government, according to re liable Information received here, ho notified tho signatory powers o( Its Intention to exe cute to the fillip! extent the entire spirit of the reform embraced In the treaty of Ber lin. Tho measures to lie adopted, It Is learn ed, will carry the reform not only Into the six province of Turkey contemplated by the treaty, and peopled ly Armenians, but will embrace the entire empire. The authorities at Constantinople hnve taken steps to coun teract tho pul. Ho disfavor against Turkey, due, It la felt, to a laek of knowledge of the eon lltlons surrounding the Armenian tronblea. The Information thus conveyed how clearly the purpose and polley which tho Turkish government has In view to ter minate tho distressed condition of the coun try. It Is pointed out that tho Armenian sub jects of the sultan have retnlned their na tionality, their religion...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

Ears nnd nose urn nil more or less affoeted by eitarrh. The eye become Inflamed, red and watery, with dull, heavy pains between themj there are rsartng, bunting nolens In the ears, and sometimes the hearing la s fleeted the noee Is a severe sufferer, with Its constant, nneomfortahla discharge. All these llwRreeal)le symptoms may be removed by the use of Blood's Sarsaparilla The best In fact the One Tree Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills vsxszr-issssi"- How We Shonld Bleep. In the matter of sleep, says a physi cian, there are as many peculiar thin its as thpre are about eating what Is one man'a food la another'! poison. This much la generally known and accepted by standard authorities on the subject, that tall or bulky poo pie require more sleep than others and that women can get along on much less sleep than ran men. As with ani mals, humnn beings sleep much long er and heartier In the winter than at any other times. I'eople of extreme old age require as much sleep as In fants, in It Is ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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